Rams injury report: Leonard Floyd good to go vs. Buccaneers

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In just a couple of days, the Los Angeles Rams will host the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers at SoFi Stadium in what will be the biggest test for either team up to this point in the 2021 season. Both sides have some injury questions entering this matchup, with Jason Pierre-Paul out and Antonio Brown potentially sidelined, as well, after being placed on the COVID-19 reserve list.

Darrell Henderson Jr. and Leonard Floyd both missed the first two days of practice on Wednesday and Thursday, raising questions about whether either player will suit up on Sunday. Henderson is nursing a rib injury, while Floyd has a nagging ankle issue that popped up this week.

Henderson is questionable for this weekend’s game against the Bucs, but Floyd was a full participant on Friday, and is good to go for Sunday. Darious Williams came down with an illness and missed practice Friday – it’s non-COVID-19 related – but he’s expected to be fine for this weekend’s game.